anCnoc Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky (pronounced a-nock), is inviting drinkers to find their ‘peaty side’ this year as the contemporary single malt launches an intriguing new collection of limited edition peated whiskies for the global market.
The product of a marriage between first and second fill ex bourbon casks, Bowmore Small Batch showcases the best qualities of both.
Older expressions of Ardbeg are quite coveted and are very difficult to find outside the U.K. Here is one such bottle from The Whisky Exchange that is sure to be worth more than the asking price of £345 a few… Continue Reading
Famed for her great beauty and often known as The Fair One, Freya is the patron and protector of the human race, and to whom souls travel to be renewed. On one hand she is a beautiful and sensitive adviser but on the other a hot blooded and glorious Warrior that no one can resist. Continue Reading
Thanks to a British excise agent who recorded an Irish mash bill in 1865 and for David Wondrich who found this record while digging through microfiche, Ransom Spirits of Sheridan, Oregon had the basis for The Emerald 1865. This recreation… Continue Reading
The new whisky – which is non-chill filtered, 48.7% proof and described as a rich, indulgent single malt – will be bottled in limited quantities and distributed around the world from March 2014, priced at $85 (or equivalent). Continue Reading
Sure 10 year old Glengoyne stands on its own, but if your Christmas list includes a whisky lover or two, then a personalized label on that bottle just make it that much more memorable. Continue Reading
Matured initially in American white oak, this rare whisky is then carefully divided into hand sourced 25 year old sweet Palomino Fino sherry butts and Dalmore 1980 first fill bourbon casks. These exceptional whiskies are then expertly married together in bourbon barrels before being transferred, for the final time, into Tawny Port pipes from Portugal, for an outstanding triple wood finish. Continue Reading
The BenRiach Distillery Company, which bought the Portsoy-based Glenglassaugh distillery in March, has released its first Glenglassaugh expression – a superb 30 year old single malt. Continue Reading
We don’t hear much news about the Speyburn Distillery. They have a pretty small range (three whiskies in total) and probably because of this, bloggers are not filling the web with news from ‘The Gibbet’ as compared to other brands… Continue Reading